Cyclist Receives Titanium 3D Printed Spacer and Cleat for Invictus Games

From kayak paddle grips and surf prosthetics to racing wheelchairs and the gloves with which to race them, 3D printing can help fabricate adaptive and assistive devices for athletes. This…

Interview on 3D Printing in New Zealand with Bruno Le Razer of Zenith Technica

Bruno Le Razer probably has the coolest name in 3D printing. He definitely has a lot of 3D printing experience. He has done years of 3D printing research followed by…

Kiwi Companies Partner to Build Tailored 3D Printed Training Prosthetics for Female Para-Athletes

New Zealand-based Zenith Tecnica, which is the only company in the country using Electron Beam Melting (EBM) technology to make 3D printed titanium components, is teaming up with High Performance Sports NZ…

Columbus Company Installs Two GE Additive Metal 3D Printers on OSU Campus

The entryway into manufacturing and engineering at The Ohio State University’s College of Engineering is the Center for Design and Manufacturing Excellence (CDME), which was developed to meet the translational research…

3D Printing News Briefs: May 9, 2017

I’m calling today’s edition of 3D Printing News Briefs the RAPID + TCT version, as all of the companies we’re covering today are attending the event in Pittsburgh. XJet will be…

Arcam AB Releases 2016 Financial Results, Looks Towards Future With GE

We may be almost halfway through February, unbelievably, but we’re still not that far removed from 2016, which means that the 2016 financial reports are still rolling in. We’ve heard…

Arcam Demonstrates CoCr Process for Q10plus 3D Printer at formnext

As formnext chugs along in Frankfurt this week, offering quite a show for visitors from all over the world, one industry leader after another is showing us the technology of…